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  • Frustrated teachers speak out at Lake School Board meeting

    Frustrated teachers speak out at Lake School Board meeting
    TAVARES — For hours, Lake County teachers, parents and students hurled complaints at the School Board during a Monday-night meeting that drew such a crowd that it violated the fire code of the room where it was held. More than 250 people wearing...
  • Glastonbury School Board Reviews iPad Use For Seventh-Graders

    Glastonbury School Board Reviews iPad Use For Seventh-Graders
    GLASTONBURY — The board of education continued to review Monday a plan to give tablet computers to every seventh-grader starting in 2015-16. Brian Czapla, the schools' director of education technology, made the proposal to the school board in July...
  • It's the annual Ghost Guide to the Lehigh Valley's most haunted happenings

    It's the annual Ghost Guide to the Lehigh Valley's most haunted happenings
    A long month of Halloween fun awaits. Like to be scared silly? Got you covered. Enjoy getting just a little spooked? Check that. Looking for fall fun for the whole family? There are plenty of hay mazes, fall festivals, special events, parades, trick-or-...
  • Children's Services Council leads local literacy initiative

    The Children's Services Council of Broward County is joining hands with many community partners, including the school district, for arguably the largest ever literacy event in the county. On Oct. 21, more than 700 adult volunteers, including...
  • School zoning change may be on the way in College park

    School zoning change may be on the way in College park
    The word “capacity,” Nancy Robbinson notes, is one that she and other members of the Orange County School Board grapple with all the time, since they have 190,000 students to educate. In College Park, she added, the capacity issue is a mixed...
  • L.A. school board, Deasy again at odds over involvement in lawsuit

    L.A. school board, Deasy again at odds over involvement in lawsuit
    As the Board of Education mulls his fate, beleaguered Los Angeles schools Supt. John Deasy finds himself at the center of another dispute with his bosses, this time over his involvement in a lawsuit that criticizes district schools and policies. Deasy's...
  • Hispanic pride on display at Buffalo Grove High School

    Hispanic pride on display at Buffalo Grove High School
    Enough interest was displayed at a recent event to promote diversity and celebrate the Hispanic population of Buffalo Grove High School that organizers of Orgullo Bison, or Bison Pride, are considering staging other events in the future. A larger than...
  • Muti, CSO prepare for latest sweep through culture capitals of Europe

     Muti, CSO prepare for latest sweep through culture capitals of Europe
    If it's Monday, it must be Warsaw. That's the day, less than two weeks away, when the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is scheduled to begin its fifth European tour under the direction of music director Riccardo Muti. Squeezing concentrated foreign tours...
  • Silk City Cafe Serving MHS Students, Faculty

     Silk City Cafe Serving MHS Students, Faculty
    Students at Manchester High School are now serving up baked goods, coffee and more to teachers and staff in the newly constructed Silk City Café. The café is the first major project from the school's new Culinary, Hospitality and Entrepreneurship...
  • Matt Montgomery Is Manchester's Paraprofessional Of Year

    Illing Middle School paraprofessional Matt Montgomery has been named the town school system's paraprofessional of the year. Montgomery, 29, was born and raised in Manchester and graduated from Manchester High School in 2003. Working in education runs in...
  • SAT scores plummet as test takers increase

    SAT scores plummet as test takers increase
    As more students took the SAT in Maryland last year, average scores on the college readiness exam plummeted, falling below the national average for the first time in years, according to data released Tuesday. The drops appear to have been influenced by...